K Vijay Raghav, chief scientific adviser to the Center, has warned that a third wave of Corona will also come. We have to be prepared for it. After Raghavan’s warning, many worries have started to take root among Indians.
New Delhi: India is suffering badly from the second wave of the Corona epidemic. Amid a steadily rising number of cases, third-party concerns are also beginning to bother. K Vijay Raghav, chief scientific adviser to the Center, has warned that a third wave of Corona will also be needed. After Raghavan’s warning, many worries have started to take root among Indians.
Will there be a third wave in September?
The biggest concern is how long this third wave will last. How long and at what level will it peak. At the same time it will affect people of any age. How dangerous the third wave mutation will be compared to now is also a matter of great concern. According to K. Vijay Raghavan, it is not clear when the third wave will come but it will come and given the current situation, we have to be more prepared for it. However, there is a suspicion that the third wave may start showing its effects from September.
Will the third wave attack eight times faster:
Corona’s third wave is just speculation. But given the current situation, scientists and researchers have begun to investigate its magnitude. In India, the second wave is five times more deadly than the first wave of the Corona. Whenever a healthy person is exposed to a corona infection. It is completely infected with the corona virus in 2 to 3 days. His assessment is extremely scary compared to the first wave. The transition to the first wave took 7 to 8 days.
8 times more active cases in Pakistan in April:
Epidemic has hit India’s neighbor Pakistan. There were 16,000 active cases of corona in Pakistan in the first week of March, according to the report. But active cases increased eightfold in April. Even in the first and second wave, Corona-stricken Pakistan was not so upset. But in the third wave, there is a helpless situation among the citizens of Pakistan.
In the second wave of people in India, people are suffering very badly. In the second wave the transition to the lungs is taking place in 2-3 days. Pneumonia was complained of in the first wave transition. But in the second wave, the lungs are getting 70 percent infected. This is an extremely shocking revelation. Because if care is not taken now then the situation can become more explosive. Experts are wondering whether the third wave will affect the lungs as soon as the transition occurs. At the same time, how other organs will be affected is also a subject of research.
Will the third wave take the children too?
The first wave in India has affected the rapid transition of senior citizens. The youth class became infected but the death toll remained low. At the same time the dangerous effects of that transition were not seen. In the second wave this time the youngsters are also getting badly infected and the oxygen level drops immediately due to the rapidly spreading infection in the lungs. The third wave is feared it could quickly prove fatal to children. This has been seen in other countries of the world.